A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Kids can learn about conservation as they explore mini-stories about 16 different endangered animals. They can read a bit of text, view gorgeous photographs, watch videos, and interact with each animal in a special way.
Ease of Play
Most interactions are self-explanatory, but navigation is a little tricky at times.
Products & Purchases
On several screens, there's an ungated prompt to add an email address for a promotional email list.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
This educational tool does a fantastic job of using beautiful photographs and interactive elements to get kids interested in the important topic of conservation -- and it's free! With 16 animals to explore, kids have plenty to learn about. There are similar features in each animal story, but the diversity of the animals and the variety of fun facts and interactions keep things interesting. An option for narration would make WWF Together more accessible.
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